Become a Fully Qualified Electrician
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3 Step Electrician Training Courses
Under the supervision of a qualified electrician, students will undertake practical work and gain valuable on-site experience while being observed by NVQ assessors. The work completed must be documented by the students to make up their NVQ portfolio.
Why become an electrician?
When you learn a trade, you learn a skill for life.
The trades industry is booming thanks to a rising population and an increase in the housing market. Because of this, there has never been a better time to learn a trade. With a shortage of skilled tradespeople comes a high demand and therefore, higher wages.
There are a number of reasons to become an electrician, with a high earning potential being just one of them.
When you become an electrician, you have a number of career options available to you. Electricians can work for an existing company, working set hours and receiving a monthly wage. Alternatively, there is the chance to become your own boss. This means choosing your own working hours, the jobs you take on and setting your own rate of pay. The average salary of an electrician in the UK is £30,000, but this is can be even higher depending on your location and experience level.
One common reason people change career is due to boredom in their role, however, as an electrician, you have the opportunity to travel and meet new people on a daily basis. This means that no two days are the same.
Here at Electrician Training Courses, we have developed our electrician training courses based on years of industry experience, delivering a professional course that will teach you all you need to know to become a qualified electrician.
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Accelerated Electrician Training
To be eligible as a time-served electrician, you must have a minimum of 5-years of experience in the industry and hold older qualifications. If you are suitable for the training course, you will be required to complete an on-site portfolio of work. You will also be assessed by an NVQ assessor during your time on-site.
After building a high-quality portfolio of work, you must undertake your AM2 assessment before applying for your ECS Gold Card.
As a part-qualified electrician, you may already hold qualifications such as Level 2 or 3 diplomas. Because of this, you may be able to accelerate your training to gain the necessary qualifications you need to earn your ECS Gold Card.
In order to gain this, you will need to hold your NVQ level 3 and current wiring regulations – both of which you can earn with us. You must have also passed your Assessment Measurement Test (AM2).
Upon completion you will have gained your NVQ Level 3.
A new group of students begin the electrician training course on a monthly basis.
We keep classes smaller to ensure students receive a high-quality training and plenty of support. We set a maximum of 10 students per group.
Courses begin at 7:30 am – 8:30 am and end at 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm, depending on which centre you are training at.
No, we will provide all the tools and equipment required to complete training in the centre.
Shoes or boots, full-length trousers and a t-shirt or polo is a typical example of what students wear
We accept a number of different payment methods and finance options are also available.